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Larry Shue
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"Audiences Have Taken a Shine to Playwright Larry Shue" in People Weekly, April 8, 1985, p. 123.

Barnes, Clive. "Funny 'Foreigner' Strikes Familiar Chord" in the New York Post, November 2, 1984.

Beaufort, John. "'Foreigner' Zany Adventures in Georgia" in the Christian Science Monitor, November 14, 1984.

Cherkinian, Harry. "So Short A Time" in Milwaukee, November, 1985.

Christiansen, Richard. "Actor Larry Shue, Comedy Playwright" in the Chicago Tribune, September 25, 1985.

"Farewell to the M*A*S*H Gang" in Newsweek, February 28, 1983, p. 44.

Freedman, Samuel G. " A Play Survives against the Odds" in the New York Times, November 19, 1985.

Gray, Amlin. "ATribute" in A Book ofTributes (GlenEllyn, IL), Glen Ellyn Public Library, n.d., p. 43.

Harris, Claudia W. "Get Acquainted with Hale's Fast and Funny 'Foreigner"' in the Salt Lake Tribune, January 21, 1999, B 3.

Joslyn, Jay. "Larry Shue's Brilliant Gifts" in the Milwaukee Sentinel, reprinted in A Book of Tributes (Glen Ellyn, IL) Glen Ellyn Public Library, n.d., p...

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